Iran say it would welcome US returning to nuclear deal
TEHRAN, Iran, Oct. 27
Iran would welcome the return of the US to the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, said Iranian government spokesman Ali Rabie, Trend reports citing IRNA.
"It is not important for us who would be the next US president and who would return to the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action. Whoever it is, we would act based on our principles," said Ali Rabie.
"The US should be prepared to pay compensations for the damages it caused by leaving the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action and should be prepared for a commitment," he said.
"The Central Bank of Iran and the Foreign Ministry are following on the issues to unblock Iran's money freezed in other countries," Rabiei said.
"We have informed South Korea about our concerns over Iran's blocked money, although it they has recently opened a partial route for medicine and we have welcomed it but this path is not enough," he said.